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Alexa is a nice novelty now, great for serving up the weather, reading the news and hosting the occasional trivia game.
From the night's highest-profile nominees to essential tidbits of Oscar history, there's plenty of trivia that movie fans can catch up on before the awards.
What happened next meant Eagle would go down in history and, at the very least, become an unlikely answer to an Ohio trivia question.
Before then, the public is invited to trivia night on Friday, April 13.
After being held at Beachland Ballroom the last couple of years, the event -- part faux esports tournament/part comedy show/part bar trivia contest -- is headed west to the Winchester Music Tavern in Lakewood on March 8.
Allison’s lawsuit against Abbott Here’s a quirky piece of trivia in the District 121 race: One of the Republican candidates once participated in a lawsuit against this state’s GOP standard-bearer, Gov. Greg Abbott.
Anna enjoyed playing setback with family, doing challenging crossword puzzles, watching game shows, and winning many prizes on radio trivia contests.
The journalist John Dickerson is a Washington creature to his core: a presidential historian, repository of political trivia and scion of a glamorous Beltway family whose party guests regularly included Kennedys, Johnsons and Reagans.
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